Accounting Professional Development with CCH

CCH Continuous Professional Development (CPD) provides a range of on and offline training solutions for tax, audit and accounting professionals.

Wolters Kluwer helps you stay on top of all the latest developments, while meeting your professional body's CPD requirements.

CCH eCPD is a primary professional e-learning tool that enables tax and accounting professionals to complete their continuing professional development at their own convenience - either at home or in the office without the need for more costly face to face training.

A 12 month subscription to CCH eCPD® will provide you with:

  • at least 24 hours of verifiable CPD learning material recognised by all the main UK accounting professional bodies.
  • Up to 8 new CPD modules each month covering tax, audit and accounting, delivering over 2 hours of e-learning material for both practice and corporate accountants.
  • A 12 month back catalogue of eCPD modules to further supplement your eCPD learning.

Try one of our FREE bite-sized modules today

Key features of CCH eCPD®:

  • Compatible with your mobile device for on-the-go learning.
  • Access your CPD modules online, or download them for viewing later.
  • Test your learning by completing the interactive quiz at the end of each module.
  • Each CPD module is supported with a comprehensive set of course notes which can be saved as a PDF.
  • Link through to relevant technical content on CCH Online using the Web Ride feature, even if you do not subscribe to CCH Online.
  • Track and download a record of your learning activity using the My Progress report functionality.

 

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Try CCH eCPD® for yourself

We are offering the chance to watch a full module for free, simply choose from the following options:

Accounting – for accountants in practice:

Transition to FRS 102 for small entities >>

Audit – for accountants in practice:

Audit risk and response >>

Tax – for accountants in practice:

Dividend Taxation >>

Financial reporting – for accountants in commerce:

FRC: The Corporate Reporting Review >>